Internship: UChicago Roundtable on Science and Religion

Brent House, the Episcopal Center at the University of Chicago, is coordinator for the University
of Chicago as one of the sites for the Faculty Roundtable on Science and Religion project, a
project that hopes to foster cross-disciplinary community and dialogue among faculty that
explore the intersection of current scholarship with various ethical, worldview, and religious or
non-religious perspectives. More information about the UChicago Roundtable program can be
found here:

This Roundtable is relatively new, so this internship is an opportunity to be part of setting the
tone and values for these important conversations, and guiding the vision and mission of this
project overall. We are committed to hosting conversations that are interfaith (including
atheist/humanist/etc.), non-adversarial, and fully inclusive, and which help advance fluency in
both scientific and religious themes that are equally crucial for a flourishing world.

At the moment, the Roundtable project is exploring alternative funding sources and partnerships
on campus, and the incoming intern will play a large role in developing new relationships and
opportunities for programming. The intern will work on marketing and communications,
networking and development, event coordination, and administration. They will report directly to
the Rev. Stacy Alan, the program coordinator, and will work with the coordinators and advisory
committee for the program.

● Work 5-8 hours/week at a rate of $1,000 for fall quarter. (Compensation for summertime
work can be negotiated.)
● Interest in the current conversations about science and religion
● Good communication and organization skills
● Ability to work unsupervised
● Familiarity and ability to use G Suite apps (spreadsheets, forms, web design templates,
YouTube, etc.).
● Ability to learn / use other electronic platforms (ConstantContact, Airtable, etc)
● Experience with developing new programs and partnerships

Dates: Starting ASAP through the Fall 2023 quarter; extending role through the remainder of the
academic year to be discussed and negotiated. At this point most of the work can be done

For more information, please contact the Rev. Stacy Alan at or 773-